Films with distribution deals coming in generally perform better than those acquired at the fest
Joel Coen News, Movies and Background
Festival is always about wretched excess as much as it is about filmed art
Two films have been added to the Competition selection, while five more will be in the mix for Un Certain Regard
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen will serve as presidents of the jury at the 68th festival
Emmanuelle Bercot’s “La Tête Haute” will have its world premiere at the festival on May 13
This is the first time the festival has appointed two presidents
“If it just kept going on and on, it would be called ‘CSI: Fargo,'” the actor tells TheWrap
The last time Burnett hit the road with a Coen brothers soundtrack, "O Brother Where Art Thou" sold 8 million albums
Which filmmakers have grabbed moviegoers attention and affection since their very first frame?
At news conference, Coen brothers are asked: “Jewish humor, does it exist? If so what does it consist of?”
"My Generation" writer will pen adaptation of 1996 crime drama "Fargo"
Joel and Ethan Coen wrote the script for the remake of the caper comedy
Michael Hoffman (“The Last Station”) will direct from a script by Joel and Ethan Coen
A fine film but not a game-changer, “True Grit” is dark, moody and dramatic — and then it veers into broad comedy
The Coen brothers’ gritty western will now ride into theaters on Dec. 22